For the past two months, the VolunJags and VolunTeens at Augusta University have worked tirelessly to impact the lives of patients and their families.
Liska will serve as an at-large trustee, working with the Board to develop strategies for GHA hospital members, advocate for the highest quality care for patients, and support adequate reimbursement for hospitals.
Dr. Brandy Gunsolus is breaking new ground as first Doctor of Clinical Laboratory Science to be integrated into a health care team.
Construction on a new medical office building will begin Nov. 26.
Start getting ready for gift-giving season with Masquerade Big Holiday $5 Jewelry and Accessories Sale, hosted by the Office of Volunteer Services and Engagement.
Ask your health related questions and get informed about diabetes at the annual Diabetes Fair.
This year will be the first year that in-patient volunteer training is incorporated into the program.
Brought to you by the Exchange Club of Augusta, this is the 96th Georgia-Carolina State Fair and Augusta University wants to give you and yours a Day at the Fair.
Flu activity in the U.S. is low now, but it is expected to pick up in the Fall. Here's what you need to know from the Children’s Hospital of Georgia and Georgia Hospital Association.
Augusta University Health has managed to lower its operating costs and see more patients this fiscal year.
Andy Yurechko, a registered dietitian at Augusta University, lent his expertise to Insider as they covered the new "military diet."
On the evening of Monday, July 16, a 3rd year radiology resident at Augusta University Medical Center went above and beyond the call of duty.
Andy Yurechko lends his expertise to 'Men's Health' as they cover paleo and keto diets.
Perfect Health Always On Call, LLC is an Urgent Care company which will be opening a clinic, beginning July 2.
Dr. Bill Lutin, a pediatric cardiologist at the Children’s Hospital of Georgia, is back this month to showcase his photographic talents for June’s Healing Arts exhibition.
On May 21, Augusta University teamed up with the American Heart Association and the Augusta GreenJackets to educate about strokes and their symptoms.
Emergency personnel throughout Augusta will join Augusta University’s medical center in an emergency response exercise on Friday, May 4.
Augusta University Medical Center is working to help promote physical activity and nutrition, while bringing awareness to the risk of type 2 diabetes, by participating in engagement days created by the American Diabetes Association.
An innovator in the field, Terris explains thyroid disease, the recent increase in thyroid cancers, treatments and the research that is going on in the field.
Last year, in an effort to provide our patients an experience matching the world class care they’ve come to expect, AU Health began working on a new patient experience framework.